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Make all components to work without Vue.config.replace = false #760

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noirbizarre opened this Issue Feb 15, 2017 · 0 comments

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noirbizarre commented Feb 15, 2017

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Vue 0.12 had a different behavior when instanciating components, it wasn't replacing the root element.
When migrating to Vue 1.x, we had to toggle Vue.config.replace = false in order to maintain a compatibility with some component.
This setting setting is deprecated and then removed in Vue 2.0.

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In order to stay close to standard Vue.js behavior, to allow upgrade and to simplify component styling (the component will be exactly as written, no custom surronding element), we need to drop Vue.config.replace = false and fix components for this behavior.

@noirbizarre noirbizarre changed the title from Make all components to work without `Vue.config.replace = false` to Make all components to work without Vue.config.replace = false Feb 15, 2017

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